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RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED

TO

BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.

VOL. JII.

No. V. MARCH, 1814.

TO BE CONTINUED OCCASIONALLY,

AT

AN AVERAGE OF FOUR OR FIVE NUMBERS ANNUALLY.

Omnes pensantur eâdem
Scriptores trutina.

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CONTENTS OF NO. IV.

1. Sketch of the varions Proposals for a CONSTITUTIONAL, REFORM, inade
in Parliament. (Original.]-11. Observations on Mr, VANSITTART's Plan of
Finance. By F. Suver. Original.-III. A Letter to the Officers of the Army,
e plaining the cause of the plan for the Officer's benefit Fund being for the pre-
sent aban:ioned. By Lieutenant Colonel ROBERTS. With Supplementary Observa-
tions on the same. By John PHILIPPART, Esq. now first published.-IV. The Case
stated between the Public Libraries and the Booksellers.---V. Dramatic Eman.
cipation; ur Strictures on the State of the Theatres, and on the consequent de
generation of the Drama. On the partiality and injustice of the London Ma-
nagers ; on many Theatrical Regnlations; and on the Regulations on the Con.
tinent, for the Security of Literary and Dramatic Property; particularly de-
serving the attention of the Subscribers for a Third Theatre By JAMES LAW.
RENCE, Knight of Malta. [Original.}--VI. A Second Letter to the Rev. Herbert
Marsh, confirming the opinion that the Vital Principle of the Reformation has
been lately conceled by hini to the Church of Rome. By the Rev. PETER
GANDOLPHY.-VII. Snbstance of the Speech of John BRUCE, Esq. in the
Committee of the House of Commons, on the Resolutions respecting Indian
affairs.–VIII. Remarks on the Evidence delivered before both Houses of Par-
liament on the East India Company's Affairs. By CHARLES MACLEAN, M. D.-
IX. Observations on the State of the Brewery, and on the Saccharine Quality
of Malt. By James BAVERSTOCK, Esq. Alton, Hants. [Original.]-X. Substance
of the Speech of CHARLES MARSH, Esq. in a Committee of the Honse of Com.
mons, in support of the amendment moved by Sir Thomas Sutton, Bart, on the
Clause in the East India Bill, “ Enacting furiher facilities to persons to go out
to India for religious purposes."-XI. A Counter Address to the Protestants of
Great Britain and Ireland, in Answer to the Address of Charles Butler, Esq.
(published in No. II.) By the Rev. THOMAS LE MESURIER.--XII. Public
Prosperity: or Argnments in Support of a Plan for raising Six Millions Sterling;
and for employing that Sum in Loans to Necessitous and Industrious Persons.
By ANDREW Becker, Esq. [Second Edition.]

CONTENTS OF NO. III.

I. An Examination of Mr. Cohbett's Objections to the Bill for the Relief of

the Unitarians. [Original. II. Plan for increasing the Incomes of the Officers

of the Army. By COLONEL ROBERTS. With a Supplement by John Philip-

PART, Esq. norr first published.--Ul. Tire Report of the National Society, 1813.

(All their Reports will in future be given exclusirely in this work.]-IV. Auswer to

the Bishop of Lincoln's Churge to the Clergy of that Diocese, by the Rev. John

CheTWODE EUSTACE:--V. A Letter to the Rev. Peter Gandolphy, in confuta-

tion of the opinion that the Vital Principle of the Reformation has been lately

conceded to the Church of Rome, with a Postscript, &c. by HERBERT MARSI,

D. D. F.R.S. -VI. Report of the Committee of Correspondence of the East

India Company, on the Claims of the Outports, with a Leiter from the Chairman

and Deputy Chairman to the Earl of Buckinghamshire.-VII. Hints on the pre-

sent state of the Question between His Majesty's Ministers and the Court of

Directors relative to the Renewal of the East India Company's Charter.–VIII.

The Second Report of the Committee of the Fishi Association, for the benefit of

the Community, respecting the measures to be adopted for the Supply of the
Metropolis and its neighbourhood.-IX. An Address to the Parliament of Great

Britain on the Claims of Authors to their Own Copy Right. By a Member of

the University of Cambridge. Third Edition, not published.--X. Substance of

the Speech of W. Huskisson Esq. in the House of Commons, in a Committee of

the whole House, upon the resolutions proposed by the Chancellor of the Ex-

chequer, respecting the state of the Finances and the Sinking Fund of Great

Britain.-XI. Further Important Documents respecting the American Question.

(Original.)-XII. Observations on several Authors and Books in the English

and Forcign Languages, necessary for the formation of a select and smali Li.
brary. [Original.]

PAGR.

VI. The Origin, Object and Operation of the Apprentice

Laws; with their application to times past, present, and to come: addressed to the Committee of General Purposes of

the City of London, by the Committee of Manufacturers of London and its Vicinity. [Original.]

217

VII. Insurance against Robbery; or the Present System of

the Police considered, and a New one proposed. [Original.]

243

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VIII. Observations on the Bill, rendering the Militia dis

posable for Foreign Service. By John PhilipPART, Esq. [Original.]

203

Owing to the absence of Sir Francis D'Ivernors from this country, his pamphlet is unavoidably postponed.

No. VI. will be published on the 1st of June, and will contain Lord Sheffield's Pamphlet on the Trade in Wool and Woollens, &c. &c.

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